The year was 2013. Twerk & selfie were both just added to the dictionary, Lance Armstrong admitted to doping and President Obama was inaugurated to a 2nd term.Read More
It had been so long since I took my camera with me for no reason. I was heading into the city to get what hair I have left cut. I parked a few blocks away because I enjoy walking through the old neighbourhood.Read More
An autumn longboarding themed stock photoshoot that turned into a winter longboarding themed stock photoshoot thanks to Calgary weather.
This is my pal, Isaac, who is always game for a quick stock shoot. And full disclosure, I am not sure there even is a winter longboard championship.Read More
Fall was upon us here in Calgary so I reached out to my friend, Isaac, to gauge his interest in doing some modelling for a stock photography shoot. All that was needed was some Fall colours & patterns.Read More
Despite my best efforts I could not spend my entire time in New York City flying around in a helicopter (Above & Beyond - Flight Over Manhattan with the Fuji GFX). I had to get my feet back onto the ground.
I went for my first door-off helicopter flight over Manhattan one morning in September of 2015. When my wife and I booked our trip this past August to return to NYC I couldn't help myself but to book another one. This time it was a sunset flight.Read More
4 years ago I brought a Fuji X-Pro1 & X100S to use on my first trip to New York City. During that trip I was contacted by Billy of the 'Fuji Guys' and asked if I wanted to join the X-Photographers program. It was an easy yes. 2 months later I traded-in my full frame dSLR and went 100% Fuji.Read More
I am writing this quick post to go over how I deliver the end product of my commissions to clients.
While the majority of my work is with Stocksy which only requires me to upload to my portfolio I still take a handful of hired photography gigs each month. How those photographs make their way to the client has really changed in the last 6 or 7 years.Read More
The Canadian Rocky Mountains are only an hour or so from my home here in Alberta. I definitely do not take advantage of how close they are. That needs to change. And yes.. I say that all the time.
I booked a heli tour with my friend & fellow photographer, Cody Priebe, to shoot some aerial shots of the mountains that I have observed at a distance my entire life.Read More
I do not advertise myself as a ‘wedding photographer’. In fact, I only refer to myself as a photographer (& gentleman) because I do not want to constrict what I do.
I received an unexpected call from one of my oldest friends, Derrick. He was tying the knot and due to unforeseen circumstances he and his fiancée, Christie, were without a photographer only a few months before their wedding.Read More